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Speed networking

02 Jul 2019

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The Docklands Chamber of Commerce (DCC) brought local businesses together on June 26 for a “speed networking” event at Quest NewQuay.

Around 50 local business owners and workers attended the event, which provided a fun and different take on networking.

Much like “speed-dating”, participants were each given 90 seconds to connect with one and other before moving on to the next person. Unlike regular networking events where guests often miss out on meeting every person in the room, the model ensured everyone was given the opportunity to make plenty of valuable connections and build a solid stack of business cards in the process!

The speed-networking was also preceded by a relaxed opening on the mezzanine floor of the new Quest NewQuay, with food and drinks provided by local restaurant Berth.

DCC president Joh Maxwell said that based on the success of the event, the chamber would host more like it in the future. For more information or to become a member of the chamber visit Docklandscc.com.au

 

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